The Department for Work and Pension (DWP) will soon roll out its first instalment of the £900 Cost of Living Payment.
The Department for Work and Pension (DWP) will soon roll out its first instalment of the £900 Cost of Living Payment.
Netflix has revealed that Gabriel Leone will star as Ayrton Senna in the upcoming Formula One documentary about the late racer.
Thania Garcia Myke Towers is eager for his fans to get their hands on his third studio album, “La Vida Es Una” (“Life Is One”). Though much of the 23-song set had been completed not too long after his last studio album, his 2021 major-label debut “Lyke Mike,” Towers purposefully held the record back to orchestrate a sense of delayed gratification that he says has been achingly difficult to maintain. “I know my fans are ready for original solo music but I wanted this to be a record that people could take their time with, really listen to and appreciate,” Towers tells Variety. “I think people had gotten used to my way of rapid releases. … It was like every week, there would be a new song or collaboration – and I wanted there to be a palpable difference between this record and ‘Lyke Mike.’”
looks like she's having the time of her life right now. The is celebrating five alcohol-free months, which she announced to fans with a positively jubilant TikTok video taken in Las Vegas. This content can also be viewed on the site it from.“5 months alcohol free,” Hadid wrote in the caption of the vid, which shows the , wearing a plunging black halter neck, letting loose in a casino with a friend while a vibrant dance track thumps in the background.
FLO are teaming up with none other than Missy Elliott for their brand new single, Fly Girl.
Taylor Swift may be entering her “mermaid era.”
Bad Bunny has got some grandes problemas on his hands!
Former two-time heavyweight world champion Anthony Joshua makes his ring return in London later this year, facing Jermaine Franklin on April 1 as he hopes to bounce back from three defeats in his last five fights.
Bad Bunny is being sued by his ex-girlfriend for the alleged unauthorised use of one of her voice recordings in his music, it has been reported.Per Pitchfork, the audio clip in question appears on the Puerto Rican artist’s 2016 single ‘Pa Ti’, as well as the song ‘Dos Mil 16’ from his fourth and latest studio album, ‘Un Verano Sin Ti’ (2022).The message hears Bunny’s former partner Carliz De La Cruz Hernández saying “Bad Bunny, baby”.De La Cruz reportedly filed a lawsuit against the rapper/singer this month in a Puerto Rico court. She claims that both her voice and the phrase – which she allegedly came up with – were being used without her permission.According to Pitchfork, De La Cruz is seeking $40million (£33m) in compensation.A translation of the lawsuit reads: “Thousands of people have commented directly on Carliz’s social media networks, as well as every time she goes to a public place, about ‘Bad Bunny, baby’.“This has caused, and currently causes, De La Cruz to feel worried, anguished, intimidated, overwhelmed and anxious.”Also being sued are Bad Bunny’s label Rimas Entertainment and his manager, Noah Kamil Assad Byrne.Bad Bunny and De La Cruz are said to have been together between 2011 and 2017.
The National will be releasing a new single, ‘Eucalyptus’, tomorrow (March 22).The track is set to the third single, after ‘New Order T-Shirt’ and ‘Tropic Morning News’, to be taken from the band’s upcoming album ‘First Two Pages Of Frankenstein’. The album is scheduled to drop on April 28 via 4AD and will feature collaborations with Taylor Swift, Phoebe Bridgers and Sufjan Stevens. ‘Eucalyptus’ might sound familiar to The National superfans, as the band previously played the song live last year on tour — check out footage below.Several other new songs have debuted in the same way, including ‘Tropic Morning News (Haversham)’ and Bon Iver collaboration ‘Weird Goodbyes’, as well as other as yet unreleased songs such as ‘Grease In Your Hair (Birdie)’, and ‘Bathwater (Mount Auburn)’.Speaking to NME about new music last year, The National’s guitarist Bryce Dessner said: “What I can say is that we’re at a high watermark in terms of our creativity as a band.
Leo Barraclough International Features Editor Toronto’s Hot Docs, North America’s largest documentary festival, has added 12 films to its Special Presentations program. The first tranche of titles was announced March 14. The festival runs April 27 to May 7. World premieres include Canadian journalist Michelle Shephard’s “The Man Who Stole Einstein’s Brain,” the uncovering of the story behind the pathologist who stole the genius’ brain in 1955; “The Rise of Wagner,” a chilling exposé on the collusion between Wagner Group mercenaries and the Kremlin, which has resulted in secret killings and countless human rights violations; “We Are Guardians,” the story of the Indigenous guardians of the Brazilian Amazon, struggling to protect their territories from the ravages of extractive industries, deforestation, corrupt politicians and profit hungry global corporations; “Who’s Afraid of Nathan Law?,” a chronicle of dissident Hong Kong politician and activist Nathan Law’s fight for democracy; and director Barry Avrich’s “Without Precedent: The Supreme Life of Rosalie Abella,” a portrait of Canada’s first Jewish Supreme Court judge, a passionate advocate for the disabled community and visible minorities.
the former president said over the weekend that he expected to be arrested on Tuesday.“You know it’s bad when a former president announces that he’s going to be arrested and the general response is: For which crime?,” Corden joked.Trump’s prediction comes as a Manhattan grand jury is expected to indict him for hush money payments to adult film actress Stormy Daniels. “So if you’re keeping track, that’s two times Stormy Daniels has screwed Donald Trump,” Corden teased.New York City has been bracing for unrest after Trump told his supporters to protest and “take our nation back.”“Of course Trump is going to urge his supporters to protest in New York.
Charna Flam After “Enough Said,” Julia Louis-Dreyfus reunites once more with Nicole Holofcener in the filmmaker’s recent Sundance feature “You Hurt My Feelings.” A24 released the first official trailer for the upcoming dramedy, “You Hurt My Feelings,” starring Julia Louis-Dreyfus as Beth and Tobias Menzies as Don,a married couple who have reached romantic and professional crossroads. Holofcener wrote and directed the film, her second indie collaboration with Louis-Dreyfus, which co-stars Menzies (“The Crown”), David Cross (“Arrested Development”), Jeannie Berlin (“The Heartbreak Kid”), Arian Moayed (“Succession”), Michaela Watkins (“The Unicorn”), Amber Tamblyn (“The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants”), Owen Teague (“It”) and Zach Cherry (“Severance”).
Among the tracks are three re-recordings, including a pair of cuts she wrote and recorded specifically for the The Hunger Games soundtrack, which was released more than a decade ago.The two tunes are “Eyes Open” and “Safe & Sound,” which credits musicians Joy Williams and John Paul White as featured acts. At the time the song was originally made available, those two were in a duo known as The Civil Wars, though now they work independently.Also included in Swift’s offering is a new version of “If This Was a Movie.” That tune was originally released as a track on the deluxe edition of Swift’s third album Speak Now.But perhaps the biggest surprise for Swifties is the final song on the list, “All of the Girls You Loved Before,” which has never been heard before.The cover used on YouTube is from her album Lover, so it appears the cut was written and recorded around that time.
The Loch Ness Centre is looking to hire new staff ahead of its reopening this spring and one vacancy is for Nessie's number one fan.
Bad Bunny is being sued by an ex-girlfriend over a voice recording she provided to the singer before his rise to fame which, she says, he has now used on two of his tracks without permission.Carliz De La Cruz Hernández and Bad Bunny, real name Benito Martínez Ocasio, became a couple in 2011. At one point they planned to marry, but they ultimately parted ways as his music career started to take off and she began studying at the University Of Puerto Rico’s law school.In the short recording at the heart of this legal battle De La Cruz says “Bad Bunny, baby”.
A member of Uganda’s Nyege Nyege experimental music collective, Pö – real name Pauline Bedarida – has just released her debut solo album ‘Cociage’.A wildly experimental collection of electronic tracks, all held together by her distinct voice, she described the record to Dazed as sounding like “fishing into a worldwide mycorrhizal-electrical network of sounds crawling in the collective consciousness and fructifying in my mouth as heavily twisted-out-of-shape yet somewhat audible edibles”.Now, that last sentence may not have made any sense to you, but if you listen to the album (which I’m telling you that you should), it will start to become clearer.
K-pop girl group IVE will be releasing a new single ‘Kitsch’, ahead of their first studio album.Today (March 21), the Starship Entertainment act unveiled a teaser clip announcing their upcoming pre-release single ‘Kitsch’. Due out on March 27 at 6pm KST, the song will be part of IVE’s first studio album ‘I’ve IVE’ arriving on April 10.Titled ‘It’s our time, Kitsch’, the teaser clip features individual close-up shots of IVE as a snippet of the energetic new track plays, with the members chanting “kitsch” over a thumping beat.In addition to ‘Kitsch’, IVE’s upcoming studio album will also include new tracks ‘Blue Blood’ and ‘Not Your Girl’, which the group previously performed at their first concert ‘The Prom Queens’ in Seoul last month.Following the release of ‘I’ve IVE’, the six-member group will be embarking on their first Asia tour ‘The Prom Queens’ in June.
Taylor Swift tops this week's Official Trending Chart with All Of The Girls You Loved Before.
The property market is heavily influenced by the state of the economy, which means that house prices are constantly fluctuating. If you are looking to buy or sell a house any time soon, it is a good idea to keep track of how much homes are selling for in your local area.
Demi Lovato has new music arriving this week!
William Earl Yo La Tengo have been releasing well-loved indie rock since the ’80s, and while their albums are strikingly consistent, an interesting thing happened in February: They dropped one of their best records ever. It’s easy to imagine most other bands on autopilot 17 full-lengths in, but the trio’s “This Stupid World” was a return to form that sharpened their craft to be more exciting than ever. Coming after the ambient work on the band’s experimental 2020 project “We Have Amnesia Sometimes,” “World” snapped into focus with an all-timer guitar freakout on opening track “Sinatra Drive Breakdown” and continued with all of the sly songwriting, catchy hooks and droning dynamics the YLT’s best writing has in common.
Fears are growing for a boy of 15 who was last seen leaving his home address at 3am on Friday.
Thania Garcia Morgan Wallen’s blockbuster “One Thing at a Time” pushed through two major releases from Miley Cyrus and K-pop giants Twice to come out on top of the Billboard 200 for a second consecutive week. After scoring the biggest opening week numbers of 2023 for any album by units earned (501,000), and the fifth-largest streaming week ever (498.28 million streams), “One Thing at a Time” enters another week at No. 1 with the equivalent of 259,000 sales and 21,000 album sales, according to data by Luminate. Notably, the set also collected 308 million on-demand official streams for the second-best streaming week ever for a country album, topping the debut of Wallen’s 2021 album “Dangerous: The Double Album,” which sits at No. 7 on this week’s chart.
Swifties are making the beloved singer part of their special moment.
Norah Jones has announced that she will be heading on a tour of the UK and Ireland this autumn.The singer-songwriter previously announced a summer tour in Europe, which is due to start this July in Paris and includes dates in Italy, Spain, Portugal and more.The UK and Ireland leg of the tour kicks off at Sage Gateshead on November 4, before heading to Birmingham, Manchester, Glasgow, Bath, Belfast and Dublin. Jones will also headline London’s Palladium on November 11.Tickets for the tour will be on sale this Friday, March 24 at 10am.
Emmerdale 's Cathy Hope learned her likely health diagnosis on Monday night, after months of struggling with her mental health as well as experiencing physical symptoms. Cathy found herself lashing out in recent weeks yet unable to explain why, while she did begin to suffer from painful and heavy periods. Things took a worrying turn last week when the teenager suffered from a manic episode and nearly got herself killed, as she didn't seem to realise or care about the danger she was in.
Yonaka have released their latest single ‘Panic’, along with a music video for the punchy track. Check it out below.The video features the three-piece swinging from ropes in a neon-lit room, running around in a warehouse, pushing a mannequin in a trolley and dancing while wearing jumpsuits, bringing to life the lyrics, which deal with the nature of having a panic attack.“‘Panic’ is a song about having a panic attack and how the body gets taken over by this other entity” shared lead singer Theresa Jarvis.“I’ve got the angel and the devil on my shoulders constantly arguing about which road I should go down and how mental health carries a weight so heavy that it’s hard to feel affected by outside dangers.”She added: “But I want you to feel the lightness of the track and I want it to make you laugh because I’m literally having an argument with myself.” Mental health has always been a focal point for the band.
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